Your Samsung dishwasher can stop working for a variety of reasons. Usually when this happens, a Samsung dishwasher error code will appear on the digital display screen. Understanding the codes will help you solve your dishwashing appliance issues. Here is a list of the most common Samsung dishwasher troubleshooting codes and how to fix them.
|This error code will display when your dishwasher has too much water inside the appliance. When troubleshooting your Samsung dishwasher, look for problems with the drain hose, sink connection filter, pump, or drain. Clean any blockages, then try running your machine again. If the problem persists, the excess water could be a problem with your inlet valve or power board.
|If water is not passing through the filter you will see this error code on your Samsung dishwasher display panel. As part of your Samsung dishwasher troubleshooting, clean the filter at the bottom of the dishwasher. If the clog remains, contact our office for same day service.
|A 3E Samsung dishwasher error code will show on your display when the water temperature is too high. Check the setting to make sure the temperature is set below 175F. If this does not resolve the issue, your temperature sensor might be defective.
|This Samsung error code will display several minutes after the machine has been started but water has not been flowing into the appliance. If you see this Samsung dishwasher error code, turn the water supply valve off and check to make sure the water inlet valve is wired correctly, fully open, not faulty, and there are no clogs on the valve’s screen.
|Water Not Draining
|This code means the water in your appliance is draining too slowly or not at all. Check and clean any clogs that might have formed in the sink connection, drain, drainage hose, filter, or sump pump. If any parts are faulty, you might have to replace them.
|This Samsung error code occurs when there are insufficient water levels in your dishwasher. To fix this error, make sure your appliance is level and all the wires are all securely connected. Drain any water that might have collected inside the dishes in your machine. If this does not resolve the issue, the problem could be a faulty senor or wire harness.
|When troubleshooting your Samsung dishwasher, if you see this code, it means the water in your appliance is hotter than 176F. Possible causes are the heat relay on the main power board is stuck or your thermistor is defective.
|When you see the Samsung dishwasher code LC, LE, or the word ‘heavy’ flashing on your digital panel, that indicates there is a water leak. Inspect your drain hoses, pump, and tub. If any parts are faulty, you will need to replace it.
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